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Old 12-02-2006, 03:38 PM
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Hi, anyone have experience with an easy pedal clutch to put in a 327 / around 325 hp 64 vette. it should be good for some aggressive driving but also easy to push in for my wife to drive.
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Put the stock Vette clutch back in. Very tractable clutch for all around use. The stock diaphram clutch has probably been replaced with a Borg-Beck type. These have a higher pedal pressure and hook better but the stocker will last many many miles under average use. GM doesn't like replacing clutches either and they assumed they were going to get hammered occasionally .
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easy pedal clutch

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Any experience with a centerforce diaphram clutch, the 64 vette had a 10.4 " clutch.

Frank
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Any experience with a centerforce diaphram clutch, the 64 vette had a 10.4 " clutch.

Frank
I am running a CF II in my '76 383 'vette. Feels just about stock as far as pedal effort.
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